Manchester 7-Eleven franchisee fights company 'franchising scheme'
Dixon, who is representing himself in the matter, said that the previous breaches alleged by 7-Eleven were “totally false accusations and in total error,” and besides, the company didn’t have the right to evict him according to the franchise agreement. Indeed, Dixon said, he was “a victim of an abusive and illegal franchising scheme designed to take over franchises by alleging unsubstantiated contract breaches.”
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